December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
Royal Reptile Rampage - dalbinblue - 48 Hour Compo Entry
You are a dragon, as a a dragon is wont to do, you feel the need to secure yourself a princess (perhaps for a midnight snack); however, the kingdom would rather you not. That's not a problem though, since the only thing you like better princesses, is trashing their kingdom. Stomp, smash, and burn your way through the kingdom to find the castle and steal the princess.
Some notes after watching a few people play:
Flight is started by pressing jump while airborne, you don't need to keep tapping it for lift. It works like Gargoyles Quest if you've ever played it.
If you duck, you are invulnerable to arrows.
Pause - Enter
Movement - Arrow Keys
Jump/Fly - F
Run - D
Breath Fire - S
Grab - A
Pause - Start
Movement - Digital pad
Run - X
Breath Fire - Y
Grab - B
Written in C# using XNA 4.0. If you haven't run an XNA application before, you will need to install the XNA redistributable, available from Microsoft at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20914. Note that you will not need to install the game itself on your machine, just unzip the archive and run the game executable.
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